Sunday, May 25, 2003
I do so hate commercial radio most of the time, but holiday weekends like this make them a little more bearable. Since formats, programming, stunts, and gimmicks are pretty much duplicated nationwide; your local urban station, like the DC and Baltimore stations I can pick up, is possibly doing a all-mixer weekend... They still place most of the mainstream, everyday stuff, but since they hafta fill a whole weekend, they're usually given a little more freedom to dig... With the right mixers, these can actually come off quite lovely. The bama on 92-Q who played "I'm Not Having It" gets two cool ponts for the obscure throwback jont (okay, maybe not THAT obscure, but c'mon-- nobody plays that anymore) ; him and the dude at the Roots/ Kweli/ Floetry show at Nation in Southeast DC who was rocking the Joe Namath L.A. Rams jont (I never knew he palyed there).

Book is doing the thizzle, or simply thizzling, on WPGC a few times this weekend to make sure their mix weekend is done right; with his appearance on the show this weekend, his return to the airwaves is complete... Welcome back, dawg...

Meanwhile, Stylus sent in a pinch hitter to sub for him; big props to RBI for coming through on short notice... Here's what we played:

5/24/03--Hour 1


Kurtis Blow- Do The Do

The Omega Project f/ Infinite Loop- Chocolate City

Run-DMC- Tougher Than Leather

Biz Markie- Biz Is Goin’ Off

Milk D- Many Styles

Stezo- To The Max

Wrecks-N-Effect- Soul Man

Special Ed- Think About It


Big Daddy Kane- Somethin’ Funky

Black Sheep f/ Q-Tip- La Menage

Gangstarr- Say Your Prayers

Heavy D- Letter To The Future

NWA- Parental Discretion Iz Advised


5/24/03--Hour 2

Raekwon- Big Spender

Break/ Mystery Beat

Skillz- Off The Wall

Talib Kweli- Get By

Gangstarr- Royalty

Redman- Tonight’s Da Night

Nas- Get Down

Pete Rock- #1 Soul Brother

Pete Rock f/ Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz- Rock Steady Part II

Bumpy Knuckles- Part Of My Life


Pete Rock & CL Smooth- Shine On Me

De La Soul- Much More

Little Brother- Love Joint Revisited

Intelligent Hoodlum- Grand Groove Part II

Mark Ronson f/ Mos Def & MOP- On The Run

Break/ Outro

Heavy D followed up by NWA... classic...


- ed


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